Morning Dew, Mama Tried, Drums -> Good Lovin', Don't Ease Me In, Cold Rain And Snow, High Time, Dark Star -> The Other One -> St. Stephen -> Drums -> Not Fade Away -> Turn On Your Lovelight -> Me And My Uncle
The first half of Morning Dew is missing on the circulating tape, and there is a tape flip in the Dark Star at 4:51, before the first vocals; the remaining 8:54 fragment cuts in during the space following the vocals; probably around 2-4 minutes are lost here. These defects aside (and they are likely on the master) this is the complete show. In the pause after Me And My Uncle somebody says "Our time's up. See ya' later." Probably there wasn't an encore.
SBD > MR > Cass > DAT > Cass > DAT > ZA2 > CD Wave > SHN
December 23, 2018 Subject:
I second those emotions (below)...
I couldn't say much more other than this is real find, a true gem among gems. If I Had to pick a year, I think I'd say '70.
July 3, 2018 Subject:
Stu is correct. This show is actually 3/23/70, not 3/24.
August 24, 2015 Subject:
Just heard an interview with Stu on XM23. He was stating that they now believe this show was actually 3/23/1970.
March 14, 2013 Subject:
Building on what the other guy said about the 16" jam
Yeah, if we are going to start micro-slicing GD shows, we should also make Bobby's set break announcements into separate tracks
August 6, 2011 Subject:
I love Weir's playing on Cold Rain and Snow - a beautiful version.
Now the soap box -
I've been complaining recently about not being able to listen to these concerts the way they were played. Do many (any) people listen to, or burn China Cat without I Know You Rider? So why are they always two separate tracks?
I was reminded of this by the 16 second "Jam".
August 31, 2008 Subject:
Morning dew was a good start but short i think that the mama tried was good though the vocals are somewhat well not so loud, the good lovin' is just nsane with such and amazing jam it feels live a viola at points. the dont ease me in is too amazing. the cold rain and snow is typical but with a listen but the highlight of the show is the High time > Dark Star > Other One > St. Stepen >> Drums > NFA > Lovelight > me and my uncle
the dark star is spacy and great and the high time is amazing you feel jerry put his soul in the music but the st.steven to the end is just epic to the core great show an a must for the essential dead head the lovelight is straigh up pig pen and great to the core solid jammy
"take your hands out of yo pockets"
the dead had a few extra minutes so took it from a lovelight to a me and my unclebo weir said "say, we've still got a few minues left, guys. how bout a "Me and My uncle," man?"
What a great show played till the last minute
December 20, 2006 Subject:
Listen to this
Thought I'd add a review because the previous ones sound a bit more lukewarm than this beautiful set of songs deserves. This is really special.
There are some unique and creative versions of old friends like Dark Star and Lovelight - it's amazing how the Dead can bring something completely new into a song, stretching the ties to the tune farther than you think would be possible, make a turn somewhere around Venus and bring you right home again!. The way Lovelight segues into Me and my Uncle is surprising and perfect.
Listen to this - you won't be disappointed.
August 26, 2006 Subject:
holy bob weir
Possibly his finest playing yet to date. Check out weir on the jam in good loving. Great quality, great show. Highly enjoyable prime A example of GD 1970
March 20, 2006 Subject:
Dark Star on is phenomenal
This is a great find and superb playing.
January 13, 2005 Subject:
I use to go by this place alot when I was a kid in the early 70's on the way to the Fl Keys. It is amazing that the Dead Played here. The opening Dew is cut almost to the end Jam, bummer. The show sounds pretty clean, strange mix tho, most inst on one channel & vocals on the other. The selection of songs is interesting. Worth listening to. A Jazzy drums & jam into Good Lovin'. Slow mournful Cold Rain & Snow that rages by the end of it. Sweet High Time. Interesting Opening Dark Star with percussion cuts to some nice space Dark Star Jam into The Other One. St Stephen short drums into NFA. Nice Lovelight you can hear the crowd clapping along. What a strange place probably they fit right in tho they sound like they coulda used more time....